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Default Virtual Mail (postfix, courier, mysql) on Debian question

I followed the howto except I already had mysql installed on another machine and pointed all requests to it instead of installing mysql locally. It works fine but if I try to stress test it, I can't make more than 4 connections at a time. Is this a setting somewhere?

The machines that run the postfix and mysql are dual PIII-933s/512Mb RAM with 40mpbs SCSI Raid. The machines are connected via 100Mbps crossover cable, so the sql requests shouldn't lag any. I'm fairly certain that the 10Mbps connection to the pop/imap side isn't the problem also.

Any suggestions?

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